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Jerry MeadUSLAW's Gene Bruskin at UNITE Hall Chicago 04

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Audio recording of speech by Gene Bruskin of US Labor Against War at UNITE Hall in Chicago, Summer of 2004.

This audio is part of the collection: Labor Express Radio
It also belongs to collection: News & Public Affairs

Artist/Composer: Jerry Mead
Keywords: Iraq; war; labor; unions; USLAW; Bruskin; anti-war

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Subject: UAW vote to end war
Gene was one of the leaders in getting a major decision from the AFL-CIO to call for an end to the Iraq war. See Labor Beat: Resolution 53.

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